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Vegas Casinos That Offer a Free Slot Pull

With fees and prices in general on the rise across Las Vegas, everyone seems to be looking for a freebie to make their money last. One way to stretch your budget, while also giving you a chance to benefit financially is to take advantage of free slot pulls at casinos that offer them.

Free slot pulls are a marketing strategy employed by casinos to lure in new guests that may not have stopped by otherwise. They are commonly placed near the entrance of a property to catch the eye of passers-by.

While they’re getting harder to find, there are a number of Las Vegas casinos that still offer a free shot at cash, discounts, and free play.

See Also: Where to find Silver Strike slot games in Las Vegas.

Fremont Street Casinos That Offer a Free Slot Pull

Unfortunately, we are unaware of any downtown Las Vegas casinos offering a free slot pull at this time.

Both 4 Queens and Binion’s recently offered one, but have since pulled their free pull machines.

Strip Casinos That Offer a Free Slot Pull

  • Casino Royale used to offer a bank of “free spin” machines that have since disappeared. We still include them on the list, however, as they reimburse the first $20 of loss on actual slot games for new member sign ups to their loyalty program. Basically, instead of one free spin, they give you $20 worth. Not a bad deal.
  • While LINQ has offered a free slot pull attraction in the past, we haven’t seen the machine in some time and assume it’s no longer offered.

We wish you the best of luck as you navigate the free slot pulls in Vegas, both downtown and on the Strip! Be sure to study up on where to find the loosest slots in Vegas according to data from the Nevada Gaming Commission before moving on to real slots after exhausting your free pull options.

Related: Where to find coin and token operated slot & video poker games in Las Vegas. Yes, you can still find that familiar ting, ting, ting.

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